Details of the event with ID 19 of the source Microsoft-Windows-EnrollmentPolicyWebService

Event Source:Microsoft-Windows-EnrollmentPolicyWebService
Event ID:19 (0x13)
Event log:Microsoft-Windows-EnrollmentPolicyWebService/Admin
Event type:Error
Event text (English):The Certificate Enrollment Policy Web Service cannot operate because Windows authentication is not compatible with key based renewal. To resolve this issue, remove the Certificate Enrollment Policy Web Service. Reconfigure the Setup options to disable key based renewal, or select either user name and password authentication or client certificate authentication, and then run Setup again.
Event text (German):The Certificate Enrollment Policy Web Service cannot run because Windows authentication is not compatible with key-based renewal. Remove the Certificate Enrollment Policy Web Service to resolve the issue. Reconfigure the setup options to disable key-based renewal, or select either username/password authentication or client certificate authentication, and then run Setup again.

The Certificate Enrollment Web Services (Certificate Enrollment Policy Web Service, CEP, and Certificate Enrollment Web Service, CES) enable the automatic request and renewal of certificates from a certification authority via a Web-based interface. This eliminates the need to contact the certification authority directly via Remote Procedure Call (RPC). For a more detailed description, see the article "Certificate request basics via Certificate Enrollment Web Services (CEP, CES)„.

Description

Do you know TameMyCerts? TameMyCerts is an add-on for the Microsoft certification authority (Active Directory Certificate Services). It extends the function of the certification authority and enables the Application of regulationsto realize the secure automation of certificate issuance. TameMyCerts is unique in the Microsoft ecosystem and is available under a free license. It can downloaded via GitHub and can be used free of charge.

No description has been written for this yet.

Safety assessment

The security assessment is based on the three dimensions of confidentiality, integrity and availability.

No description has been written for this yet.

Related links:

External sources

en_USEnglish